Try anyone with an Android phone. On the play store, every google app (and several others) require the ability to record audio and video without your consent--and unlike iOS, you can't adjust the privacy app by app, permission by permission. We all know iOS isn't perfect, but they are way ahead of Google on privacy.
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I use Republic and the wifi is more for when you're parked at your house or office (as far as I can tell). I haven't had any problems with it, except if I receive a call right as I'm exiting wifi range it will take about 10 seconds to respond.
I use republic and I have no such problem. At work, I use a password, and home, I use a password. But it really doesn't matter, Republic charges me $10 per month (maybe $11 or $12 with taxes?) and I still get unlimited calls and texts. If I upgraded to 3G, I'd be paying $25 (I think just under $30 with taxes).
I've been 1 indexing so long I'm confused. I never have any issues 1-indixing. I do for(i; 1; length(list)), but if I was using 0 indexing I'd have to do for(i; 0; length(list) - 1), which is a -1. But I've never had to do a +1 while 1-indexing.
It's called "salt" and it's either a good or bad thing, depending on if you prefer fast development or low incidence of bugs.
There are people who have verified purchases swearing that they can tell the difference, many of them...
With the DSLR I can capture a moment. With the phone's camera takes a picture when it feel like it. Also, the number one predictor of image quality is the size of the CCD. There is a huge gulf between the phone and the SLR, and there always will be.
I would hope that claim of an allergy would have to be backed by a doctor to be viewed as worth anything. That said, I had one doctor tell me that my child was allergic to penicillin only to have another say that the presentation was all wrong and that he wasn't. The second was so sure he put my child right back on penicillin and he was, apparently, correct. Good thing too, you can get into taking some really nasty drugs (in terms of side effects / mortality rates) if you are allergic to penicillin.
That's pretty good evidence that there is some relationship, you are right.
However, R is developed by a team out of the University of Wisconsin Statistics Department, lead by Doug Bates. I believe that the team at UW, not GNU, makes decisions about the direction for R's future development.
Nevertheless, your original point stands and I agree with you that I don't see that team moving from linux any time soon.
What makes you think GNU has anything to do with R (other than writing its license)?
This is about R. That would be difficult to do with a list of contributors this long not impossible, well, yeah, probably impossible.
The thing is that you are guessing about how it might work, not actually knowing how it does work.
If your account gets hacked and the money is transferred within the country, it can simply be recovered by transferring the money back because all the accounts fall under the same 'governance', even internationally there are some agreements for returning stolen money.
On the startup podcast, one of their investors accidentally wired the money to the wrong account and they only got most (about 2/3) of their money back because the other side had withdrawn another portion. The bank and police offered no assistance in getting back the rest.
You know they are a crap tech company because the "amazon" app on the kindle is harder to use than the browser, pointed at the amazon.com website.
Why can't I make it "try again" on a book that it thinks I have that is in the 80k books you have some rights / discounts on?